Social Network Addiction Questionnaire


A social network addiction questionnaire measures the levels of addiction of an individual towards a specific social networking website or social networking on the whole. With the growth of the internet and the availability of several social media network options, more and more people are spending a higher amount of time on a social network. The social network addiction questionnaire measures how much time individuals spend on the network and which networks are more addictive.

Social Network Addiction Questionnaire Sample

Name of the Individual: _______________________________________

Age: __________  Sex: ___________  Country: ____________________

Address: ___________________________________________________

City: ________________ State: ______________  Zip: ______________

Telephone: ____________________  Email: ________________________

Q1. Are you a member of multiple networking sites?

a)   Yes

b)   No

Q2. Which of the following social networking sites are you a member of?

a)   Twitter

b)   Facebook

c)   Google Plus

d)   Flickr

e)   YouTube

f)    Digg

g)   Del.icio.us

h)   Technorati

i)     Scribd

j)    Rojo

k)   Others

Q3. How many times in a day do you visit your page on a social networking site?

a)   Once a day

b)   Every hour

c)   Every couple of hours

d)   2-5 times a day

e)   More than 5 times

f)    Always logged on

Q4. Have you ever said ‘no’ to a family event or activity because of social networking?

a)   Yes

b)   No

Q5. Have you ever ignored a responsibility because of social networking?

a)   Yes

b)   No

Q6. Has anyone ever commented on the amount of time you spend on social networking sites?

a)   Yes

b)   No

Q7. Do you check social networking sites through your phone when traveling?

a)   Yes

b)   No

Q8. Have you ever missed your food, medication, or sleep over social networking?

a)   Yes

b)   No

Q9. Do you have more friends on social networking site vis-à-vis in real life?

a)   Yes

b)   No

Category: Social Questionnaire

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